Next weekend we have our First Holy Communion Mass in Granagh. We welcome all to the 11.00am mass in Granagh on Saturday and we congratulate all the boys and girls and their families. TROCAIRE:
The time has come to empty the boxes and count up the money collected. We would appreciate if you could return all the Trocaire Boxes this coming weekend as we hope to forward your generous cheque to Trocaire on Monday next.
Your gift, however small, could provide
The excitement is building as everyone is eagerly awaiting Friday 26th in Charleville Park. A lot of time and work has gone into organising this event so that it will be the best it can be. Looking at the preview of the film clips and the local characters taking part, it will be a fantastic night of fun and entertinment. Some tickets still available in The Rock Bar or from Steven Stapleton and Pat Herlihy. To clarify the situation - black tie is optional,
Holy Thursday - Granagh, 7.30pm. Washing of the Feet. Presentation of Holy Oils. Eucharistic Ministers renew their commitment to serve.
Good Friday - Granagh, 3.00pm. Celebration of the Passion.
Ballingarry - 7.00pm. Prayers around the Cross presented by the young people of the parish.
Holy Saturday - Ballingarry, 9.00pm. Mass of the Resurrection. Lighting of the Paschal Candle.
Easter Sunday - Granagh, 9.30am. We welcome all the newly bap
Sunday 14th Apr: If you can help out, its' a great cause - Spring Clean for the Spring Fair. They are looking for items which they can sell such as - Books, Cakes, Wine, Spirits, unwanted gifts, games etc - but the latter have to be in good condition.
They are also doing a clothes Recycling Drive on the day linking up with the NCBI ( National Council for the Blind). They will accept bags of clean clothes, shoes, handbags, belts etc. No cushions, duvets o
ORGAN DONOR WEEK: TABLE QUIZ:
Friday 5th Apr: The Rock Bar, 9pm. In the run-up to the GAA Oskars, a few fundraisers are being held to help defray the costs. 'The Snapper ' gang are inviting you to a fun night out and you needn't have read the book !. CHOMHBHRÓN :
The unbelievable sad news of the death of Marie Downey (nee Cullinane) formerly of Ballyagran and her baby Darragh, stopped everyone in their tracks. Shock, sorrow, grief were the immediate reactions.